And that marks the end of our comic. It goes without saying that the topics explained in this series regarding DC power supplies were intended for absolute beginners, and it’s all an uphill battle from here. Although we’d like to delve even deeper, there is unfortunately a limit when teaching these concepts through comic books, and you’ll probably need the help of a textbook (with circuit diagrams and mathematical formulas) when moving forward. Unfortunately, we don’t have an upper beginner or intermediate course. Sorry to disappoint you all!
Finally, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank Kikusui Electronics engineers Mr. Yajima and Mr. Takai, who generously contributed to creating the plot, verifying technical details, and assisting with overall production. We’d also like to thank ad-manga.com (Trend Pro) for the wonderful illustrations, as well as Mr. Yamaguchi for keeping our webpage up to date. Furthermore, we’d like to thank Nao Kondo and Nanami Saito of the TRYBOTS, who so kindly helped us think of ideas for the robots and allowed us to use their likeness in our story, as well as Café OREO and DMM.make AKIBA for letting us borrow their facilities. Without all your contributions, this comic book would have been impossible. And lastly, to all of the generous and warm-hearted readers who continually put up with our slow updates; thank you. I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude. Thank you very much!
Haikawa Planning Manager: Takaki Fujikawa, Sales Promotion Dept.